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Past articles by Jason:

D.C.-area forecast: Drying out for a few days before more mugginess and storms

We should remain mostly rain-free through Wednesday with a reprieve from high humidity. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: It’s the hottest, muggiest week of the summer so far

Highs near 90 through Friday with daily chances for storms. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: Hot today, then cooler with more clouds and midweek rain chances

Wednesday and Thursday are probably the week’s wettest days. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: Storms probable today, then seasonal mid-June warmth

Heat is mostly held in check this week, with conditions possibly becoming unsettled late Saturday or Sunday. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: An amazing week of weather, but needed rain is missing

Every day brings sunshine and pleasantly warm weather, with just a slight chance of a shower or storm late Tuesday and Sunday. → Read More

Tropical Storm Arlene forms, first of 2023 Atlantic hurricane season

Tropical Storm Arlene, located west of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico, is expected to dissipate as it drifts south toward Cuba over the weekend. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: Cool today with showers before gradual workweek warming trend

Highs could near 90 by Friday. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: Outstanding weather through the workweek

The weekend could be damp and unsettled. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: A warm week with some showers and storms at times

Tuesday is probably the week’s coolest and wettest day. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: The start of May will feel more like March

The first full week of May may end up cooler than any April week. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: Cooler weather this week with highs stuck in the 60s

Every day this week may end up cooler than average. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: Somewhat cool to start this week but milder by Friday

The middle of the week is sunny but on the cool side of normal. → Read More

How Mississippi’s tornadoes unfolded Friday night and why they were so deadly

The twisters' terrible toll can be linked to their utter ferocity, the vulnerability of the region they struck and for sweeping through at night, when it was difficult to see them coming. → Read More

Cherry blossoms hit third stage in near record time. It may affect peak bloom.

The blossom buds have reached the “extension of florets” stage but cooler weather should slow their progress → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: A mid-January week that’s more like March

Highs most days reach at least 50. → Read More

Why this blizzard could be the worst in Buffalo’s history

The punishing combination of heavy snow, extreme winds and bitter cold temperatures may be unparalleled. → Read More

D.C. area faces icy Thursday morning; winter weather advisory issued

Western areas to see the biggest threat of significant iciness and slick travel. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: A mainly tranquil week with up-and-down temperatures

Most days see highs in the 50s except for some 40s Thursday and Friday. → Read More

Winter outlook: Another lousy season for D.C. snow lovers

We predict below-average snow in D.C. for the sixth time in the past seven years. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: Colder than normal, all week long

Winterlike weather has arrived. → Read More